Coronavirus pandemic:Marvel’s Black Widow release delayed to November

This was announced in the official Twitter handles of Marvel Studios and Disney. Black Widow was supposed to hit the big screens on Nov 6 this year

Marvel Studios on Saturday announced the new release date for its much-awaited movie Black Widow starring Scarlett Johansson, which was pushed after theatres were shut across the globe due to the coronavirus pandemic. The movie will now open in theatres on November 6 2020. Mulan will now be out on July 24 and will replace Jungle Cruise, which has been moved to July 30, 2021. “Sources at Disney note that release dates for all films could continue to move given the uncertainty over the global health crisis,” Variety said.

Black Panther 2 will still release on May 6, 2022, while “Captain Marvel 2” has been set for July 8, 2022.

The Marvel movie The Eternalshas been shifted to February 12, 2021.

Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings have been rescheduled to May 7, 2021.

The Doctor Strange sequel is aiming for November 5, 2021.

Thor: Love and Thunder previously dated for Nov. 5, 2021, moves to Feb. 18, 2022.

Captain Marvel 2,” starring Brie Larson, enters the fray with July 8, 2022.